In this democratic age, royalty no longer rule the United States and Mexico, but there is one monarch both countries recognize: Monarch butterflies. Monarchs that spend summers in the Eastern U.S. enjoy dual citizenship: over-wintering in Mexico then heading north and east through the Great Plains, where future generations feed and breed in summertime. Now monarch numbers are diminishing, and vital action is needed on both sides of the border if this delicate, determined creature is to survive.
Segun Oyeyiola is a student at Nigeria's Obagemi Awolowo University who converted a Volkswagen Beetle into a wind- and solar-powered car perfect for the country's extreme weather. The project was completed for a grand total of $6,000...
I wrote the first story about growing kale that ever appeared in Southern Living and, as a result, was nearly hauled off to the pokey by an infuriated public. And all because I offered them insight and wisdom about this neglected, nutritious veggie. I had recently moved from Maryland to Alabama and was dismayed that no grocery stores stocked this […]
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